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Large oak framed orangery style extension

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A family in Warwickshire extends their home with three orangery style oak framed extensions to give them additional leisure and office space. They also install an oak porch and external oak cladding to the front of their red brick house and fit a number of oak beam casings inside the house to add character. Project designed and built by Oakmasters, based on initial planning drawings provided by the client. This oak framed extension was featured in iBuild and Homebuilding & Renovating magazines.

The oak clad house with an oak framed extension either side looks pretty and symmetrical (5951)

Traditional oak cladding and an oak porch add character to the front of the brick house (5938)

Three oak framed extensions considerably increase the living space in this family home (5935)

The oak framed extensions have low roofs to allow views from upper floors across the countryside (5937)

Three glazed oak orangeries and an oak log store copletely changed the character of this house (5944)

Glazed oak framed extensions at the rear of the house allow for views across the countryside (5943)

Large oak log store adds character to the rear of the house (5941)

Oak framed orangeries are great when you face height restrictions on your extension (5946)

B rick patio fills the gap between the two oak extensions (5955)

Visible oak frame elements on the outside of the oak framed extension (5940)

A large open oak porch and oak cladding compliment each other (5947)

Oak framed porch and oak cladding add warmth and character to this property (5939)

The first oak orangery extension provides office and leisure space (5945)

Glazed oak framed walls and a roof lantern flood this office space with light (5949)

The second oak orangery is an open plan extension to the kitchen (5942)

Roof lanterns allow natural light to come through the flat roof (5948)

Open plan oak framed kitchen and living space (5950)

The kitchen opens into this light-filled living space (5952)

The third oak framed orangery is a cosy living room with fire (5936)

Large roof lantern allows the light to flow into this cosy traditional living room (5953)

Inside, oak beam covers encase steel joists and add character to the room (5954)